Peter Mamonov: Theatrical Rock Legend

Peter Mamonov is on of the most contradictive, innovative and multitalented characters on rock and theatre stages in Russia. He is known for his unique artistic voice that captures the essence of theatre of the Absurd and alternative rock music. His one-man show comprises theatrical unison of best songs from Mamonov’s albums “Mice” and “Green.” […]


Bi-2is one of the most prominent acts on the contemporary Russian rock-scene. Their glorious history began in Belorussia, 1985, when a group of youngsters, instead of drinking themselves to oblivion, set up shocking plays by Boris Vian, Beckett and Ionescu. After the administration of the Palace of the Pioneers completely stopped them, the youngsters started to […]

Yelena Kamburova “Amidst the Busy Night-life”

Russian singer Yelena Kamburova was in Houston with her new program Amidst the Busy Night-life at Stafford Civic Center on March 24, 2006. She will sing Russian and European popular songs, romances, ballades, chansons, jewish melodies. Verces and music by: Vertinsky, Akhmatova, Mandelshtam, Pasternak, Vysotsky, Okudzhava, Kim, Piaf etc… Guitar and violin: Vyatcheslav Golikov Piano: […]

Laima Vaikule Performance

Russian pop star Laima Vaikule was in Houston just for one night with her program I’m not alone at Stafford Civic Center, 1625 Staffordshire Rd. Stafford, TX 77477 on February 21, 2006. This extravagant performer has been famous for over 2 decades and gathers huge audiences of people to listen to her. Laima’s performances combine […]

Concert Devoted to Victory Day

Nikita Storojev, an accomplished Russian bass, sang songs popular in the 40’s – during the period of World War II. He also sang several Old Russian romances. After receiving his degree in philosophy, Nikita Storojev entered the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscow. Upon winning the prestigious Tchaikovsky Competition, he became the principal soloist for 5 years in the Bolshoi Theater and […]

The Year of Russia in Houston

Russian Cultural Center Our Texas organized an exhibition of 10 Texas Russian artists. The exhibition took place at JCC’s Joe Frank Theater on April 20 – May 11. This exhibition presented a big variety of talented Russian artists that live in the United States and in Russia.  We hope that this art show proved one more […]

2005 New Year Celebration and Circus

HOUSTON, Texas, January 8, 2005- 150 local children and their families watched in awe as the amazing Gregory Popovich and his talented, furry friends took center stage at a Holiday Celebration organized by Russian Cultural Center Our Texas. Following a children’s activity hour including traditional songs, and a visit by Father Frost and the Snowmaiden, Popovich […]